Saturday, April 9, 2016

Indian temple opens inner sanctum to women

Indian temple opens inner sanctum to women


    The Supreme Court ordering  Vijay Mallya to disclose assets, India and Pakistan not being on the same page on how to move forward in the Pathankot airbase terror attack investigation and the Bombay High Court refusing to stay the first match of the IPL are some of the front page stories across papers today.

    "Pak envoy Accuses India of suspending dialogue" writes the Hindu, while the Pioneer writes "India raps Basit for saying peace process suspended".

    Referring to the fallout of the Panama papers disclosures, the Indian Express writes - "Jaitley warns of sleepless nights for illegal firms".

    Under the headline "Don't try any hanky panky, Uttarakhand High Court warns centre", the Times of India writes that the court said this in response to the Chief Minister's counsel moving an application saying that the centre may lift central rule in the state during the court's recess.

    The Indian Express writes that Eminent Jurist Fali S Nariman has appealed to the President to guard against attempts to muzzle dissent, which he said, is essential for an effective democracy to function and cautioned against a growing perception that the country can be more effectively governed only when all executive powers lie  with "one person".

    Reporting on the Defamation case file by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, the Asian Age says that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and five other AAP leaders have been granted bail by a Delhi Court.

    The Asian Age writes that In a monumental literary find, a copy of William Shakespeare's original First Folio, has been discovered at a stately home on a remote Scottish island.

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